KITTANNING – Armstrong County officials last week unveiled plans to keep the county’s recycling program going, even after the contract with the program’s current stewards ends next week.
COOKSBURG – The following programs are planned for July and August at Cook Forest State Park:
DAYTON – The latest casualty of the summer of coronavirus is the Great Dayton Fair, which organizers announced last week will be canceled.
NEW BETHLEHEM – During the COVID-19 pandemic, and the closure of area public schools, many area schools continued to find ways to feed students.
CLARION – Clarion County holds judicial sales every other year, and the one conducted on June 29 in Courtroom One brought a few surprises.
DISTANT – In an effort to combine both past and future, one local couple is resurrecting a family business that was a staple of the New Bethlehem area for many years.
NEW BETHLEHEM and RIMERSBURG – Despite all signs to the contrary, groups from two local school districts are making plans to host junior-senior proms.
CLARION – A new mascot and logo for the Clarion Area, Clarion-Limestone, and North Clarion Cooperative Football Program was unveiled last Friday night as part of “I Love Clarion” festivities at the Clarion Mall.
HARRISBURG – With the entire state of Pennsylvania recently moving into the green phase of reopening, several new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the region over the past two weeks.
DUBOIS – American Radio Relay League members across the nation participated in the organization’s annual Field Day last weekend. Clubs in Treasure Lake, Jefferson County, and Crooked Creek, Armstrong County, set up their amateur radio equipment in remote locations to demonstrate how hams ope…